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Virtual HL7 FHIR CONNECTATHON 30

Virtual Testing May 3-4, 2022

Kick Off Call Monday, May 2, 2022 at 4:00 PM ET

View the full schedule once you have registered and paid by clicking here!

Newcomer Orientation - Recording here!

Event contact: Sandy Vance

Reach Sandy at +1.614.273.5916 or HL7Connectathon@hl7.org  


HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) Connectathons feature hands-on FHIR development and testing. Implementers and developers come together to hold technical discussions that advance the FHIR specification, develop FHIR-based solutions, and exchange data with other FHIR interfaces. Connectathons are a great opportunity to work directly with FHIR developers and senior members of the FHIR standards development team.

Please note: The purpose of a Connectathon event is to engage in testing of the FHIR specification and implementations. While the FHIR Community thrives on perpetual learning, this environment demands preparation to participate in technical discussions, code review, and testing of a reference implementation or your own FHIR-based system. It is expected that by registering for this event you have adequately prepared by reviewing the FHIR specification and any artifacts specified on the track page, attended all participant information sessions, and established a connection with your track through the Track Kick Off or other work sessions.


Participant Check List

  1. Register for the Connectathon before the April 18th deadline.
  2. Review the Connectathon Track List below and visit Track Pages to learn more.
  3. Complete the HL7 Pre Connectathon Survey after March 1st.
  4. Review Participant Key Dates below and attend or review all Connectathon 30 Participant Information Sessions.
  5. Read the Connectathon version of the FHIR Specification and the FHIR home page if you haven't already done so, to become familiar with the concepts.
  6. Attend your Track Kick Off Call listed on your track page.

Connectathon Participant Key Dates:

DateEventNotes

4/4/22

Last Day  for Early Bird  Registration is April 4, 2022!

Registration closes April 18, 2022!


On Demand

FHIR Training for Beginners

Newcomer Orientation - Recording here!

Intro to FHIR

How  to read an IG

US Core

FHIR Testing and Tools

4/18/22 4:00 PM ET

Participant Information Session

Slides Here

Recording Here


Info Session Agenda

How to use ConMan Video

4/18-29/22

Attend your Track's Kick Off Call and prepare your testing environment.

Find details on Whova beginning 4/1/22  once you are registered.

5/2/22 4:00 PM ET

Connectathon 30 KICK OFF

Login to Whova for the Kick Off

Kick Off Slides

Track Lead Check List

  1. Track Proposals are due March 1, 2022 Click the 
    Create New Track button below to propose a track!

  2. Review the Key Dates Below
  3. Schedule your track Kick Off Call between 4/18/22 - 4/29/22.
  4. Sign up for Track Highlight times here!
  5. Designate a helper who can manage Q&A during the event, answer questions and help with Zoom hosting.

Track Lead Key Dates:

DateEventNotes
3/1/22Track Proposals Due
3/1/22 4:00 PM ET

Connectathon Track Lead Information Session

Join Zoom Meeting

Slides

Recording

3/10/22Track Schedules Due
3/15/22 4:00 PM ET

Track Lead Touchpoint

  • schedules
  • Kick off calls

Slides

Recording

3/29/22  4:00 PM ET

Track Lead Touchpoint

  • ConMan Demo with Terminology Services

Slides

Recording

4/12/22  4:00 PM ET

Track Lead Touchpoint

  • Reminders
  • Track Kick Offs
  • CMS Connectathon

Slides

Recording


4/26/22  4:00 PM ET

Track Lead Check In Calls

4:00 PM ET

Join Zoom Meeting

email me if you have questions! Sandy@counterpointsol.com



4/18-29/22Host your Track Kick Off CallPlease schedule your call and post the time and link on Confluence. After the call, post your recording to Confluence.

Connectathon 30 Track Pages:


Propose a Track

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